5.03.2011

Language plan v2

Thinking about it, it seems better to not produce assembler code later. It's overwhelming what you can actually with a few commands, but how do I think getting this done for another platform? The Open Pandora for example (I'm still waiting, grrr...) is ARM. I don't want to miss any opportunity to program for it - that's I bought it. So, loading a library should only be done under a fixed list of parameters. This will enable the exporter to determine what declarations to use and the executer/VM (I should call it VM) what parameters to pass using dyncall. I wonder how other languages do this. I can only image of having a wrapper that has functions available in a custom format and then call the real function.

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